Your support will turn your Main Street Jazz Fest into a FREE event for everyone to enjoy. Every donation, every sponsorship, brings us closer to creating a vibrant, inclusive space where jazz enthusiasts of all backgrounds can come together and celebrate.

By donating to our jazz fest, you’re not just contributing to the event’s success; you’re helping us make it accessible to everyone in our community.

The Main Street Jazz Fest plays a vital role in the heartbeat of our community and city. It unites people from all walks of life. It breaks down barriers, fosters creativity, and promotes cultural diversity, making our community a vibrant and dynamic place to live.

Beyond the fest itself, you’re supporting our impactful Outreach programs. From Jazz Appreciation concerts brought to underserved communities to advancing cultural experiences, together, we are positively changing the landscape of our communities.


• Naming rights…
• Directly sponsor a headlining artist
• Meet-n-Greet with artist(s) you sponsor
• Logo on all marketing collateral
• Direct links from ColaJazz to your website
• Sponsor banner on stage
• Sponsor mention on stage during concerts
• Social media shout-outs
• Free tickets
• Special discount ticket code to share with your employees
…and more!

Fill out this form and either email it to contact@colajazz.com or mail it to the address below. ColaJazz is a recognized 501(c)3 nonprofit in good standing. All donations are tax-deductible.

Make checks payable to:
ColaJazz Foundation
In the memo, write: ColaJazz Fest Sponsorship

ColaJazz Foundation
2123 College Street
Columbia, SC 29205

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Fest Details

Saturday, May 11
2:00 – 9:00 p.m.
1700 Block of Main Street
Columbia, SC 29201

  • Five bands on main event stage
  • Family-friendly
  • Kids zone
  • Food and Arts & Crafts Vendors
  • VIP section
  • Statewide marketing via social media campaigns, billboards, radio, web banners

    Average Jazz Fest consumer:
    Age: 36-64
    Gender: 56% Female | 44% Male
    Average Income: $55,000-$80,000 Annually
    Education: High School Diploma to Professional Degrees